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ALRAlliance for Lupus Research (New York City)
ALRAmerican Law Reports (analysis legal issues)
ALRAmerican Legion Riders
ALRAutomatic Locking Retractor (seat belts)
ALRAssisted Living Residence
ALRAgricultural Land Reserve (Canada)
ALRAdministrative License Revocation
ALRAddress Low Register
ALRAdvanced Logical Research
ALRAutomatic Locking Retractor
ALRAccess List Rule
ALRAcceptable Level of Risk (US Air Force)
ALRAdaptive Link Rate (green communications)
ALRArt Loss Register
ALRAnalgesia
ALRAustralian Law Reports (University of Tasmania Library)
ALRAssignment of Leases and Rents
ALRAmerican Law Review
ALRAdam LaRoche (baseball player)
ALRAustralian Literary Review
ALRAction Leakage Rate (annual average atmospheric dispersion factor)
ALRAllgemeines Landrecht (Prussian civil code)
ALRadiabatic lapse rate
ALRAutomated Lab Reactor (equipment)
ALRAciéries et Laminoirs de Rives (French steel manufacturer; Rives, France)
ALRAdvanced Launch System
ALRArtillery Locating Radar
ALRActive Life Reserves (insurance)
ALRAmicale Laïque de Redon (French sports association; Redon, France)
ALRAllergenic Effects
ALRApplication Location Register (Sprint)
ALRAssociation Lyonnaise de Radioamateurs (French amateur radio club; Lyon, France)
ALRAirlift-Loop Reactor
ALRAircraft Load Rating (aviation)
ALRAdvanced Logic Research, Incorporated
ALRAlternate Link Routing
ALRAcceptable Loss Rate
ALRAdministrative Letter Report
ALRAssociated Lighting Representatives, Inc (Oakland, CA)
ALRAutomated Legal Research
ALRAssociation des Loisirs de Rogerville (French: Rogerville Recreation Association)
ALRAcademy Law Review
ALRAgents Loss Reporting
ALRApplication-level Requirement
ALRAutomatic Laser Restart
ALRApplication Layer Relay (ANSI)
ALRAutomated Literature Request System (Sprint)
ALRAutomatic Lightpath Restoration (Lucent)
ALRAirborne Laser Range Finder
ALRAllowable Level of Risk
ALRAugusto Luis Ralha
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The mean duration of effective analgesia was 263.4 [+ or -] 20.8 min in patients of Group A which was significantly prolonged as compare to patients of Group B (228.7 [+ or -] 19.8 min) with P < 0.0001.
Substantial variation exists in the prevalence of neuraxial analgesia use across the United States, with a twofold difference in the highest prevalence state (Nevada) versus the lowest prevalence state (Maine).
The first application time of epidural analgesia was taken as 0th minute and these values were recorded at 5th, 10th, 30th, 60th minutes and every two hours until the birth.
LAI is an oldest and most commonly practiced postoperative analgesia method, which has been widely performed12 and on the other side ultrasound guided TAP block is now commonly used modality for reducing postoperative pain and morphine consumption after lower abdominal surgery13.
There are no data on the labour epidural analgesia service at Rahima Moosa Mother and Child Hospital (RMMCH), and the aim of this study was to describe the labour epidural analgesia service at RMMCH over a period of 1 year.
In our clinic; after the patients are brought to their services, patient-controlled analgesia was initiated by an anesthetist, when the patient's visual analogue scale [greater than or equal to] 4.
Anesthesia, analgesia, and surgical plans were the same as Patient 1.
An intravenous administration of 50 mg of dexketoprofen (Ketavel[R] 50 mg ampule, Deva ilac, Turkey) was planned to be administered to the patients when analgesia was required after the operation.
We want to evaluate the pure enantiomer of bupivacaine such as ropivacaine and levobupivacaine for its promising effect for labor analgesia. We want to evaluate the incidence of instrumental delivery, the rate of caesarean section and the side effects using bupivacaine and ropivacaine with additive fentanyl.
The onset of sensory blockade with maximal cephalic spread was assessed by bilateral pinprick method along the midclavicular line using a short-beveled 26-gauge hypodermic needle using a 3-point scale: 0 = normal sensation, 1 = loss of sensation of pin prick (analgesia), and 2 = loss of sensation of touch (anesthesia).
Women aged 18-35 years, classified as American Society of Anesthesiologists score I and II who requested epidural analgesia in active labor with cervical dilatation 3-4 cm, and uterine contractions [greater than or equal to]3/10 minutes between 37-41 weeks' gestational age with a singleton pregnancy in the vertex position were enrolled in this study.